Spring is Coming! Are You Ready to Start Feeling Great?
Lose Weight – Feel Great with the First Line Therapy Therapeutic Lifestyle Program
First Line Therapy (FLT) is a specialized therapeutic lifestyle change program unlike any other, as it targets the underlying causes of chronic illnesses by incorporating a sensible eating plan, exercise, nutritional supplementation, and stress management for maximum success.
First Line Therapy Eating Plan is Different and Easy to Follow!
- You will lose weight and inches
- You will lose fat and gain lean muscle
- You will become stronger and healthier
- You will have more energy and excitement for life
- You will have better digestion and healthier elimination
- You will sleep deeper, have less pain, better flexibility, and less stress
- You will lower your blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and triglycerides
First Line Therapy is a scientifically designed program that includes targeted nutrition, a healthy eating plan, simple exercises, and recommendations for stress management
Low-glycemic (low sugar) eating plan that is consistent with current research – you will not be hungry
“Modified Mediterranean diet with a low-glycemic load”, which may sound complicated, but is actually quite simple, and very easy to follow. It is based on whole foods, and will stabilize your blood sugars, and keep you full and healthy
Moderate Exercise = just 30 minutes of brisk walking 5 days a week is a great start. Add resistance training to build muscles, and stretching improves flexibility and muscle recovery
Stress Management = by practicing stress management techniques, you will feel better, and lower stress hormones levels. Also will curb unhealthy habits that contribute to illness.
Schedule time for a least one stress relief activity per day –
Breathe from your belly – Take a short walk
Listen to music – Dance or sing
Take a mental break – Have a good laugh
Write in your journal – Get plenty of rest – Take a power nap
Call today to schedule your FREE nutritonal consult and find out how you can lose weight and become healthier!
For additional information, contact Diane Delf, RN, Director of Wellness and Weight Loss at HERE.